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Lucky's Market lived up to its name a week ago when I luckily bumped in to 303Cycling contributing editor Cheri Felix. Cheri was getting ready for a cyclocross race and conditions could not have been better. Snowing heavily with 18 degree temps. Cheri had never raced in snow so I was looking forward to hearing all about her experience. Cheri usually rides mountain bikes and lately has become cross curious. She has three kids, one dog, one bearded dragon and a husband. When she’s not taking care of her family she’s riding, planning a ride or writing about riding. Cheri’s passion is spreading the good word about riding on dirt and how it can change your life. She also likes beer which is not a requirement to ride bikes. You can follow Cheri on Twitter @mtnbikechi
You know what September means for the Oscar, Oscar show! That's right, it's time for Garney, Jason, and Jamey to step out on that limb, and make their insanely early Oscar predictions! Even though there's still four months worth of movies to come out, these Oscar experts will put it on the line to predict what nominees and maybe even winners will be announced next February as the best of 2014. It's one of the best annual shows not to be missed!
Bakara Hope-Felix is an aspiring 13 year old visual artist with big hopes and big dreams. Her positive outlook and creativity is leading her to huge opportunities in an artistic career. She has already gotten great reviews from her initial work and people have desired to buy copies of her pieces. Bakara has recently auditioned at the Art and Design High School and LaGuardia High School.
Born in Barcelona, our guest on 11/19/2014 has made QUITE a splash in his adopted country. Besides the fact that he just voted for the first time - as an American citizen :) Oscar Penas (I can't wait to say his last name: PEA Nyas!) is a gifted guitarist, composer and bandleader with a new CD that is, indeed, bragworthy. "Music of Departures and Returns" is full of inspirations that captivate Oscar - who has discussed the reasons why he was so drawn to Jazz after his childhood studies in Classical Music. He relished the idea of creating melodies and interacting with other musicians. Pat Metheny and Wayne Shorter were sparks that goaded him early on. Then, the music of Pixinguinha - the flamenco music of Spain that was so infused inside of him - all the ingredients that would define the intoxicating stew of Oscar's music - were taking shape. This is a gentleman who has won the "ASCAP Plus Award" - so SOMETHING's working :)
Oscar is visiting us for two reasons. One, he's performing at the prestigious Strathmore in Bethesda, Maryland, in the next few days. We certainly wanted to call attention to that. Secondly, this new album, Oscar's fourth, is full of music that enriches the soul. Esperanza Spalding and Paquito D'Rivera are featured - as is producer, arranger and pianist, Gil Goldstein. He also focuses on quartet: six-string electric bassist Moto Fukushima, drummer Richie Barshay, and the world-class violinist, Sara Caswell.
Besides being an alluring guitarist - both intelligent and earthy - Oscar is a wise man. He knew that, after his education at Berklee and the New England Conservatory, he would have to stand out in the sea of sublime artistry that populates New York City. So, he dug deeply, honoring his roots and his passion for Jazz. The results will make your ears thank you :)
In this first edition of Cross Encounters Commentary, Tony Miano discusses the recent, tragic death of St. Louis Cardinals' ooutfielder, Oscar Taveras, and the issue of speaking ill of the dead.
A special Saturday night episode! Join Jason tonight as he previews the start of the 2014 Film Awards Season, which begins December 1, and the plan for coverage on Oscar, Oscar! Also, all the latest movie and Oscar news and updates before everything gets underway. Also, this month marks the 8th anniversary of the show on BlogTalkRadio, so join in tonight for a few remembrances and maybe a classic moment or two replayed from the first eight years of the show.
Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius (/p?s't?ri?s/; born 22 November 1986) is a South African sprint runner. Although both of Pistorius' legs were amputated below the knee when he was 11 months old, he competes in events for single below-knee amputees and for able-bodied athletes. At the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, Pistorius became the first amputee to win an able-bodied world track medal. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, Pistorius became the first double leg amputee to participate in the Olympics when he entered the men's 400 metres and 4 × 400 metres relay races. At the 2012 Summer Paralympics, Pistorius won gold medals in the men's 400 metre race and in the 4 × 100 metres relay, setting world records in both events. He also took a silver in the 200 metres race, having set a world record in the semifinal.
In the early morning of Thursday, 14 February 2013, Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp was shot and killed at Pistorius' Pretoria home.
In his 297th career start, Seattle Mariners' right-hander Felix Hernandez gave up four home runs for the first time as the Washington Nationals knocked the Mariners' ace around and won the series opener in Safeco Field, 8-3.
It’s a November 13th episode and on the television show “The Odd Couple” that’s the date it all started. Tonight on loan from Gilbert Gottfried’s podcast is Frank Santopadre. A jack of all trades Frank has written on everything including Bazooka Joe bubble gum comics to the Saturday Morning show “Garbage Pail Kids” to “The View”. When I give him a moment to talk he’s quite fascinating, but who has time to stop talking. There’s so much on the docket this week. A ridiculous Jets win (how did Vegas know), Justin Bieber in a prayer group with the Steelers and comparing a 40 year old classic comedy television show to what else but, Mulaney. We really cover it all this week from Wacky Packages to Juskow stalking the girl who voiced Lucy in the Peanuts. I only wish I was kidding. It’s a great episode.
At the top of the show host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor and producer Oscar Torre to Conversations LIVE to discuss his amazing career and his current projects including Pretty Rosebud. Then at 15 min past the hour Webb talks with Dr. Lesly Devereaux about her new book on breaking co-dependency.
Is there a grand design or an order without design? Professor Oscar Fernandez exploits the grand design in mathematics. Professor Fernandez explains how math explains the world Explore with us as we venture further out into space than the largest Earthly telescope, unbounded by the realms of our imagination. For the first time, science is taking a serious look at the nature-nurture arguments.
Please join Oscar Fernandez, Melissa and me Monday, August 4, 2014 at 8 pm EDT to explore the unrestricted universe.
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